Bartholomew House for Seniors Goes “South Pacific” for Its Seventh Anniversary
August 25, 2005
Residents, family and friends of Bartholomew House, an assisted living residence owned by the Archdiocese of Washington’s Victory Housing, will celebrate its 7th anniversary this Saturday with an open house recreating a traditional Fiji feast and celebration.
Saturday, August 27
2:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.
Bartholomew House (adjacent to St. Bartholomew Church)
6904 River Road, Bethesda, MD
A traditional meal will be prepared by the staff of Bartholomew House and their families and friends from Fiji, and a dance group will perform in the island style. Bartholomew House will also be honored to welcome the Ambassador of Fiji and family, and the Ambassador of New Zealand and family.
Bartholomew House is home to 30 men and women. It is one of 13 affordable communities for seniors and three family housing projects operated by Victory Housing in Montgomery and Prince George’s Counties and the District of Columbia.
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